‘Fair play to him. I admire him for taking that opportunity up to play with the most powerful man in the world.’

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Rory McIlroy’s round of golf with US President Donald Trump has been hitting the headlines, with divided views over whether or not he should have played. Certainly judging by the text messages coming into the Ryan Tubridy Show this morning, most listeners to the show seem to be on his side. One caller, Martin, was pretty unequivocal in his support, …

Inviting President Trump‘It’s the Taoiseach’s decision…. But I wouldn’t be keen on it.’

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Well, Minister for Social Protection, Leo Varadkar, was asked a straight question and, in fairness, presenter, Sean O’Rourke got a straight answer. If he were in the position of Taoiseach, Enda Kenny, when he visits the White House in March, to present the traditional role of shamrock, would he invite United States President Donald Trump for a return visit to …

Trump waxwork‘He was very fun to make…. Although it appears this orangey-pinky colour, it’s like a mixture of violets and greens.’

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As we all know, Donald J Trump will become the 45th president of the United States today. And tomorrow in Washington and across the United States, and even in many countries across the globe, women will take to the streets in vast numbers to protest the misogyny they see in a series of actions and statements from the President-elect in …

Trump was using Trump foundation money in ways that apparently broke the law. He was using the foundation to buy things for himself.

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As the countdown continues see the inauguration of Donald Trump on January 20th, his reputation, firstly as a Teflon candidate, now as a Teflon President-elect, has been well and truly cemented. (Okay, it doesn’t have the same ring as Teflon Taoiseach, but Polytetrafluoroethylene President seems a little long winded.) This morning on Today with Sean O’Rourke, Washington Post reporter David …

Breitbart UK Editor-in-Chief‘We have just the most incredible and effortless diversity in Breitbart’

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“Brexit at Tiffany’s” is how one tweeter described the now-infamous photo of former UKIP leader Nigel Farage and Donald Trump taken in front of the golden Trump Tower lift. UKIP’s close ties with Trump have been further highlighted overnight as the president-elect tweeted “Many people would like to see Nigel Farage as British Ambassador to the United States – he …

“It is my hair, as you’ve probably noticed.”

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“I bought a troubled resort, I bought a troubled company, and I will make it extremely successful. There will be more jobs than they’ve ever had before, but more importantly the people who have their jobs will keep them.” Donald Trump could have been talking about his modus operandi for his presidential campaign. The line above, however, is from a …

Presidential debate number three reviewed.“America hates a bad loser”.

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It is strange, at this stage, that people still talk about “undecided voters” in the American presidential election. After an epic series of primary debates, involving a host of Republican hopefuls, and a high-profile battle of wills between Bernie Sanders and Hillary Clinton on the Democratic side, you would think voters would have seen and heard enough to decide between …

Trump delegate, Joeylynn Hough‘I don’t condone Trump’s comments. As Christians, we all need to forgive… and move on.’

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How do women view Donald Trump? You might think that’s an easy one to answer, given the shocking nature of the latest in a long line of grotesquely misogynistic utterances from “the Donald” which surfaced late last week. But if you heard this morning’s Today with Sean O’Rourke, featuring a lively review of the second presidential debate last night, you’ll …